This web-page is dedicated to all those working in Britain’s Diplomatic and Intelligence services who, like David Shayler, Annie Machon, Craig Murray and Katherine Gun, put democracy and their country before private gain, the occult or foreign control.
The Secret State: Britain’s Intelligence Agencies: MI5 (Counterintelligence/Home Office/MOD) and MI6 (Intelligence/Foreign Office/MOD)
Why does us Brits’ MI5 logo include an occult symbol, ‘the all seeing eye’, as part of her 1950’s to 1970’s official insignia? And pentagram illusions (try looking at the MI5 Rectum Defendae ‘roses’ close up then at a distance) in their current insignia? If you know why, please tell me. Comments here
The SS – ‘Security Service’ (official title), MI5, is Britain’s domestic military intelligence division. The SIS or ‘Secret Intelligence Service’, MI6, is Britain’s foreign military intelligence division. Though described as ‘services’ they are a cross between government departments and plain clothes military units operationally controlled foreign powers. Known as The Secret State (nicknamed The Permanent Government in Ramsey and Dorril’s book Smear!) they operate as a ‘state within a state’ having only token democratic accountability. They go to great lengths, including lying to elected ministers and use of the archaic ‘Official Secrets Act’ to stave off embarrassing revelations about what a waste of our public money many of their operations are… and to deflect all scrutiny of their work. The IOPS (Information Operations Planning System) department of MI6 plants stories beneficial to the secret state to gullible/bribed journalists in newspapers and on newswires. Champions of the arbitrary telephone intercept they appear to be safe haven for occultists as well as 21st Century gestapo elements.
To request access to personal data MI5 hold on you under Part II, section 7 of the data protection act 1998 write to: The Data Controller, The Security Service, PO Box 3255, LONDON, SW1P 1AE. The search will cost £10.00 and you will be refused any information. But you can appeal, as have Norman Baker MP, Mohammed Al Fayed, and me.
Background reading matter: ‘Defending the Realm: MI5 and the Shayler Affair’, Mark Hollingsworth and Nick Fielding, Andre Deutsch, 1999. ‘The Big Breach, From Top Secret to Maximum Security’ Richard Tomlinson, 2001 ‘Spycatcher, the Candid Autobiography of a Senior Intelligence Officer, Peter Wright, Heinemann, 1987.